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>> albuquerque, new mexico. a mile high city famous for its balloon festival. and where a match made in heaven happened in 2005. a friend named bailey set her up with scott. >> what made your friend think you would make a good match with scott? >> i don't think anything, other than he was a tall and hand some man, and she knew that's what i liked. >> he was a gentle soul trapped in the body of an nfl lineman. the two soon fell in love and nature played an important role in their lives. both their own good natures and their love of nature. >> what did you like about him besides the fact he was 6'8"? >> he saw the beauty of anything. he would stop to take a picture of anything. >> scott was behind the lens for pictures like these. >> we would make special trips out into the desert when the cactuses were blooming. we took a lot of photographs. >> but nature alone wasn't important to scott pierce. he was also nurturing. this big guy also had a big heart. he dreamed of one day becoming a nurse practitioner. >> if i had a plant and it was almost dead, and i was like, ready to give up
their grief over the woman they loved and lost poured into union city high school auditorium, no church it turned out was big enough to accommodate the more than 500 people who came to honor and remember dar. >> she was so full of life. she had a lot more to give. we can't bring her back. >> your wife has been kill and you have a 10-year-old son. >> yeah. >> what did you tell him? >> i told him someone hurt mommy. he goes is she in heaven and i said yes. >> it seemed no one in woeld kaurt could comprehend what happens including steve and joanie pierce, close friends who learned of the murder from tom himself. >> i said the of you were always together and he was crying and he said i know, i know, i should have been there for her. then i said, if you would have been, the three of you would be dead instead of just dar. >> just 24 hours into the investigation, detective jim carbon had almost abandoned the theory that this was a rnd om act of violence. >> for appeared that this was a staged breaking and entering to hide a homicide that took place. >> according to detective carbon, whoever st
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